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done sir! Thread header a bit sparce atm and obviously no news/charts yet but I will add some company detail later.
e-boffin and others,
New GVM > CZA thread link below,
|Gardenboy, any chance of a new thread under the new ticker, please?|
|Effective tomorrow, 4 December 2007, Coal of Africa Limited will trade under the
AIM code: CZA.
So, who is going to start a new thread?|
|I THINK YOU'RE ON THE WRONG THREAD!!!|
|HI ALL WOT DO U THINK OF GCM ?|
|Good to hear from you at last, gardenboy, (it must be something like 3 months with no posts?)!
Hope you are well and prospering.|
|Hi e-boffin,gardenboy,I have been with this company a long time,watching quietly.Glad it is quiet I think that can be a good sign,things looking good,and no riff wraff.Found it via a uranium bb last year.
Great to hear from you. It was feeling lonely.
An excellent start to the day. That 200k buy at 74p shows there are some serious people interested in this company even if the wider ADVFN BB hasn't woken up to it yet. The shares were marked up even before trading started so the buy was no doubt already on the books.|
Still here but working hard ( like GVM ! ) so not posting much on any boards. Great performance eh !|
We seem to be the only ones here. I have no idea why. Up again from the start this morning. Great share with a long way to go yet.|
|It's working hard to get back on the trend it fell out of in May/June:
free stock charts from www.advfn.com|
|This is a bloody cracking share. I cannot believe the lack of interest on this BB. However, there are clever people out there who have been buying shed loads. Obviously, they don't need to talk about it.|
|Well I reckon that 150k was a buy so looking good.
EDIT: The trades at 69.875 are buys as well.|
This could well be a £1bn market capitalised coal company by 2010, renamed as it will be "Coal of Africa".
When Simon Farrell says the future is "very, very exciting", I take that to mean the company is projected to be throwing off shed loads of cash and making EBITDA well in excess of £100m per annum by 2010-2011.
Wish I had more shares in GVM than I have. Worth being overweight here.|
|More solid progress by the look of the update. Good company this one.|
Thanks for that. I will take a look at Petmin.
Back to GVM now!!!|
I had a look at CDN a while back but didn't feel it had the growth profile I was looking for.
Petmin (PTMN) is looking interesting though, recently listed on AIM, but has been listed in JHB for 20 years or so.
They are restructuring and on a growth curve to build their coal assets under new leadership. I am not in there yet but watching and researching.|
I also agree about CHL. Am not so sure about CDN. Any view would be welcome. Sorry about the off topic but it is coal related.|
|Even though a lot of oil juniors have been knocked back badly in this latest bout of sub-prime market nerves, coal plays have stayed strong and even ticked higher.
Bodes well for the next couple of years, since I expect coal prices to keep rising and the value of GVM and CHL's assets to keep rising.
Add into the mix the fact that both companies over the next 3 years will move from just 'exciting potential' to strong cash flow and dividend payments and there is plenty to look forward to.|
Certainly a good one to watch. I have a feeling that the 65p placing price could be the floor and share price will rise from here. However, I am waiting till the shares are issued and see which way things go. That wedge of cash certainly gives them a chance to really start this company moving.|
|Had this one on watch for ages.
Anybody with some updates. NOticed the share placing went well for the funding for future growth.
Also interesting large trade this morning.
Looking back at a couple of the rns's as well, do I assume that the current shares are quite tightly held too?
Any help or comments would be appreciated.
Thanks for that. I will do some more research but it certainly looks interesting.|
|I don't know e-boffin. I have cross referenced this thread with my other junior coal play - CHL - to try and promote some involvement, but no-one seems interested in GVM for some reason.
GVM is doing a brilliant job carving out a strategic role for itself in South Africa's coal industry.
It has featured in the premium breakouts chart for some time now, but even that has not attracted new interest.
Doesn't get much media coverage either despite its outstanding growth performance.
At all events, as long as they keep building the company towards substantial production and cash flow in 2009, I don't think the lack of UK interest matters that much. They are well supported in Aus and Jhb.
Having said that, the volume of shares being traded on AIM has picked up markedly in the last few days. Looks like institutional stake building.|
|Chart looks good. Why so little interest here?|
|India wants to buy more SA coal